Hunter New England Health (HNEH) has issued a public health alert after identifying the 7-Eleven at Thornton as a low risk COVID exposure site.
The warning was issued late Friday night an alert placed on HNEH's Facebook page.
Anyone who attended the 7-Eleven between 12.05pm and 12.11pm on Tuesday, July 13 should get tested and self-isolate until a negative result is received.
Hunter New England Health Public Health Controller, COVID-19 Response, Dr David Durrheim, said the risk to the community is extremely low.
"CCTV indicates that masks were worn at all times and there was good social distancing," Dr Durrheim said.
"It is important that we all remain vigilant and comply with current restrictions.
"Anyone who has experienced fever or the recent onset of respiratory symptoms, including a cough, runny nose, shortness of breath, sore throat, or loss of taste and smell, should seek testing immediately and isolate until a negative result is returned," he said.
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